Przemek Sobocki

Graduated as an Interior Designer at Academy of Fine Arts in Poland, studying also Fashion Design, then moved to London and eventually ended up in Tokyo. For his first illustration story the TOUCH for 125 magazine he receives Best Editorial 2005 at V&A Illustration Award, UK. Since then he works internationally as an illustrator and art director. Belongs to AVGVST management.

marcepan-like 3D printing at OMOTE 3D Shashin kan pop-up project OPEN NOW!!!


At Omotesando Gyre bldg on its 3rd floor officially open a pop-up 3D photo “booth”called OMOTE 3D SHASHIN KAN where visitors have opportunity to scan themselves and got printed in 3D colour printer – means that you can have a little figurine of yourself. The project, by Japanese creative agency PARTY, offers to purchase “super-mini-you” in three different sizes: small /10cm high/, medium /15cm/ and large /20cm/ – with prices starts from ¥21 000 for the smallest one.

The process is easy – firstly you are getting scanned by 3D hand-scanner which takes about 15 mint, then 3D printer printing you in COLOUR quite impressively detailed which is especially noticed at outfits and fabric texture.


The project also showcasing a small exhibition of figurines of especially invited guests including Verbal and  Yoon /Ambush/, Toyama san /Pass the Baton/, Hirao san /Hirao inc/, Leslie Kee and Ryan Chan, Ako san /Numero Tokyo/ with her daughter Noa chan, Hiroshi Fujiwara san and more. Also as it is not enough at the exhibition you can get scanned and being project in big framed-screens in three different vector graphics, which makes the whole experience even more interactive and more exciting.


Leslie Kee and Ryan Chan

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Hiroshi Fujiwara from the back




Leslie Kee x 3 – scanned&vectorized, snapped by Ryna Chan and himself in person


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